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The author of Filmosophy will be joined by philosopher Jonathan Ree, Professor Geoffrey Nowell-Smith and film critic Jonathan Romney.

28 September at 7 p.m.

Filmosophy by Daniel Frampton (Wallflower Press) is a provocative new manifesto for a radical way of understanding cinema. It coalesces 20th century ideas of film as thought into a practical theory of ‘film-thinking’, arguing that film style conveys poetic ideas through a constant dramatic ‘intent’ about the characters, spaces and events of film. Taking part in a discussion with the author are the writer and cultural commentator Jonathan Ree, the former head of BFI Publishing, Professor Geoffrey Nowell-Smith and film critic for the Independent on Sunday, Jonathan Romney.


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Date and Time:

28 September 2006 at 7:00 am


2 hours



London Review Bookshop
14 Bury Place
020 7269 9030
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Organised by:

Wallflower Press
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Additional Information:

Wine and snacks will be served. The introduction of the book can now be read online at www.filmosophy.org.

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